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Old 02-22-2011, 01:41 PM
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Default Luxor-Aswan Over day (1 day tour, $100 Per Person)

Tour Highlights:- Luxor-Edfu-Kom-Ombo-Aswan You will be collected and start your tour to drive by your air-conditioned vehicle down the road to Edfu. to visit Edfu temple the best preserved of all Egyptian temples, dedicated to Horus, The Falcon headed God, Then you will drive to Kom Ombo temple, to visit the Double Temple of Both Sobek, the Crocodile God and Horus, the Falcon god located on the river bank. After Lunch, start you tour to visit Aswan High dam and the Philae temple of the goddess Isis. Get your 1st class train back to Luxor, transfer to your hotel in luxor. Tour Details:- You will enjoy driving by your A/C vehicle passing by Egyptian villages and towns to Edfu. you will reach Edfu city located 110K.M to the south of Luxor, after visiting its temple which is the best preserved of all Egyptian temples, you will continue to Kom-Ombo city passing the city then reaching its temple located 60K.M south of Edfu on the nile bank, then you can continue your way to Aswan, after Lunch at your leisure or asking your guide to arrange it, you will drive to Visit the Aswan high dam crossing over the old Aswan dam then you will get your motor boat to visit Philae temple, then Free time at Aswan Souk waiting for your train back to Luxor. Reach Luxor station then drive to your Hotel. End of my service. Tour include - Pick up and drop off at your hotel - All transfers by an air-conditioned vehicle and motor boat at Philae temple. - - English speaking tour guide Excluded - Entrance fees & local taxes - Items of personal nature, including Telephone, drinks , Lunch, etc. - Any item not listed as an inclusion - Gratitude to guide and driver Please Note - Tour Assuming 2 people at least - English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, tour guides are available upon request. - Pick-up time to be decided upon you request better morning time 06:00 or 07:00.

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